Saturday 18th October marked my third time from Tabuga to Dundori. It had rained the night before so there were some extra muddy areas especially near Mama Kambo’s. It was an overall comfortable run. On Mashujaa day itself, I set out for my first ever run to Murunyu. I could not recall the last time […]

On Saturday 4th October, I started out from Tabuga at 8am at a slow pace and ran non-stop to Tumaini/Ol Kalou turnoff. After warming down, I got into a matatu and headed back down. I felt like this second run was more comfortable than my first – possibly since I have shed some weight and […]

I did not know which line number the text I wanted from the file was starting, so I used a tip from cyberciti.biz that resulted in the following: tail -n 20000 /path/to/file | less -N I located the start of the section at line 2293, so I subtracted that from the original estimate (20,000 – 2293) […]

added virtualbox repo to sources from https://www.virtualbox.org/wiki/Linux_Downloads added kali source packages and other repos missing in sources.list from http://docs.kali.org/general-use/kali-linux-sources-list-repositories installed dkms, which installed linux-headers as a dependency installed virtualbox via apt-get install ran /etc/init.d/vboxdrv setup (This may not be necessary if the virtualbox installation goes on ok. In my case, I installed dkms after virtualbox […]

– Installed azureus using the graphical package manager – encountered error java.lang.NoClassDefFoundError: Could not initialize class org.eclipse.swt.internal.cairo.Cairo azureus – installed vuze using apt-get, which depends on azureus. This took care of the error. – Ran Vuze, clicked through setup

On Monday 16 June 2013 morning , I finished the Tabuga to Dundori hill run. Previously, I had gone up to Ngorika turn off. The challenging sections were the near vertical slope at Pastor Kambo’s at Mutundu, the stretch before emerging on the tarmac Dundori – Nakuru road and the sunny sections shortly before and […]

the one who believes in him [Jesus] will never be put to shame – Romans 9:33 NKJV When I believe in politicians, in wealth, in my intellectual capacity, academic achievements I can still be put to shame but if I believe in Jesus I will never be put to shame.

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